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Why Are My Eyes Blurry After Lifting Weights
I've had a headache for 4 days now & it's making my vision blurry, nothing has gotten rid of it. Body also feels tired like ive been lifting weights.
My husband claims that his vision becomes blurry while lifting weights. Why? Should mention that he drinks a pre work out to help with stamina/energy.
Blood pressure?: Blood pressure can rise significantly during weightlifting - this is because the blood return can be partially compromised by the high pressure. This is a symptom that should be checked out before continuing strenuous weight lifting. The energy drinks are probably ok but can be loaded with glucose - there should be a screen for diabetes as well. ...Read more
Dry eyes: Your eyes are probably dry from the long wear time and/or from underlying tear deficiency. Try taking them out and wear your glasses if needed. This is probably the best solution. You may also try contact lens friendly artificial tears, such as refresh optive. Another thought might be your age and the development of presbyopia, in which reading glasses worn over the contacts may help your reading. ...Read more
No: Blurry vision at night is usually due to very small degrees of uncorrected myopia. During the day with pupillary constriction a -0.25 myope can see well. At night that myopia may increase to -0.50-0.75 because of pupillary dilation and spherical aberration of the crystalline lens. Should see an eye doctor. ...Read more
Blurred vision in a: Healthy young person without other known ocular disease usually is due to uncorrected refractive error or dry eyes. Again, this is if there is no other ocular disease process ongoing. Try using lubricating eye drops to minimize any surface dryness leading to blurred vision. If this does not help then a good exam with a refraction for spectacles will be necessary. ...Read more
Fit of lens: Is it the correct rx? Do you have asigmatism? Do the lenses address that, perhaps axis is off? Go bak to the person who fit you. ...Read more
Most likely: You should see your eye doctor to determine the cause of blurry vision. Most likely this will go away on its own but if the blurry vision is from infection or high pressure this needs to be treated to avoid further vision loss. See your eye doctor! Until then, use artificial tears to wash the eye out and lubricate the eye. Feel better! ...Read more
Blurry AM eyes: Could be dryness, allergies r normal!Get a more detailed answer ›
Bleary-eyes: Bleary-eyed people have difficulty focusing which is likely attributed to a loss in the concentrated effort of maintaining visual attentiveness. Dryness may also be a factor, that, with too little sleep, your eyes have many more hours of exposure. Blinking helps to restore the moisture on the ocular surface, thereby helping the eyes to focus more clearly. Gets some sleep to help restore yourself. ...Read more
The cornea: Doesn't usually secrete anything. The tears come from the lacriimal gland. The oils come from the Meibomian glands next to the hair follicles on the eyelid border itself. If you have secretiions on your corneas, you MUST SEE an ophthalmologist. Must find out what the cause is. So, see your trusted eye doctor to help you determine what is really going on, so you can start seeing clearly again! ...Read more
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